FSU’s Cardullo, Wright St.’s Kaminsky Headline Primetime Performers #3

March 9, 2010

First Week of March Yielded Plenty of Clutch Performances …

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CollegeBaseball360.com has announced its third group of Primetime Performers, for action during the first week of March. Florida State senior shortstop Stephen Cardullo (Coral Springs, Fla.) has been named the Primetime Player of the Week while Wright State senior righthander Alex Kaminsky (Fostoria, Ohio) is the CB360 Primetime Pitcher of the Week. Cardullo (pictured at left) and Kaminsky (right) headline a Primetime Performer Honor Roll that includes 18 other players who delivered in the clutch during the past week of college baseball action. (front-page photo courtesy of FSU/Larry Novey)

Cardullo (pictured; FSU photo/David Gast) lived up to his batting position as FSU’s key 3-hole hitter, leading the Seminoles (#4 in the CB360 composite rankings) to an early-week win over in-state rival and #5 Florida (10-5, in Tampa) and a dominating series sweep of #27 Georgia (12-1/9-2/17-5). He batted .600 during the four games (9-for-15), with 8 RBI, 5 runs scored, 4 walks and a stolen base (also reached base a 14th time after being hit-by-pitch and made no errors during the week). At one point in the series, Cardullo reached base on nine consecutive plate appearances – and he capped the week by factoring into seven of FSU’s runs in the series finale vs. the Bulldogs (2-for-5, 4 RBI, 3 R, BB, SB).

Kaminsky (pictured below) was up to the challenge while facing #2 Virginia (#1 in some polls) on the Cavaliers’ home field. He yielded only one run while striking out seven and scattering seven hits, with only one walk over 7.0 innings. The Raiders went on to post the 2-1 upset, reprising their historic win over then-#1 Georgia during the 2009 season.

Similar to the weekly awards presented on sister site CollegeSoccer360.com, the CB360 Primetime Performer honors various players based on any/all of the following “primetime” criteria…not solely based on raw stats.

Primetime Performer Award Criteria
• Must have been playing for or against a CB360 top-50 team (in the Composite National Rankings)  or performed a high level in a game that could be key to a team’s conference/NCAA postseason qualification.
• Involved in clutch performances, such as late game-winning hits, noteworthy comebacks, game-changing plays, team leadership, etc.
• Performing at a top level against a team rated highly nationally (or within its conference), with bonus consideration given for key performances away from home field and vs. traditional rivals.
• Overcoming adversity or extreme circumstances (for the team and/or individual).
• Any accomplishment that is rare, historic, record-setting, etc., on a national level.

Additional information and bio. data on the Primetime Performers (including stats/notes in chart at bottom of page), along with action photos, is being added to this release (headshots/action photos also will be added to the previous two Primetime Performer releases, which can be accessed via the Awards sidebar link).

(top row, from left) Jacksonville State’s Daniel Adamson, Arkansas’ Tim Carver, St. Mary’s Troy Channing, Rice’s Jimmy Comerata, Clemson’s Chris Epees, (bottom row, from left) St. Louis’ Steve Fernandez, Houston’s Michael Goodnight, Texas’ Taylor Jungmann and Texas A&M’s Barret Loux.

The other 18 members of the CB360 Primetime Performer Weekly Honor Roll include Jacksonvolle St. senior CF  Daniel Adamson (Centerpoint, Ala.), East Tennessee St. so. 3B/RHP Bo Reeder (Cookeville, Tenn.), Arkansas so.  SS Tim Carver (Fayetteille, Ark.), St. Mary’s so. DH Troy Channing (Pleasanton, Calif.), Rice sr. 1B Jimmy Comerata (Missouri City, Texas), Clemson jr. CF Chris Epps (Stone Mountain, Ga.), St. Louis so. utility player Steve Fernandez (St. Louis, Mo.), Houston so. RHP Michael Goodnight (Houston, Texas), Texas so. RHP Taylor Jungmann (Temple, Texas), Texas A&M jr. RHP Barret Loux (Houston, Texas), Arizona St. so. SS Drew Maggi (Phoenix, Ariz.), Arizona fr. 3B Seth Mejias-Brean (Tucson, Ariz.), Cal jr. RHP Kevin Miller (San Jose, Calif.), UCSB sr. catcher Marty Mullins (Los Gatos, Calif.), Florida so. RHP Alex Panteliodis (Tampa, Fla.), Oregon sr. catcher Eddie Rodriguez (Warden, Wash.), Alabama jr. SS Josh Rutledge (Cullman, Ala.) and jr. LHP Chris Sale (Lakeland, Fla.).

The 20 honorees include seven pitchers (six of them RHPs), four centerfielders, two catchers and a pair of utility players, a first baseman, shortstop, third baseman, DH and a corner outfielder. The selections feature eight sophomores, six seniors, five juniors and a freshmen – with four of the honorees hailing from the home state of Texas, plus three each from California and Florida, two each from Alabama and Arizona, and one each from Arkansas, Georgia, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee and Washington.

(top row, from left) Arizona State’s Drew Maggi, Arizona’s Seth Mejias-Brean, Cal’s Kevin Miller, UCSB’s Marty Mullins, Florida’s Alex Panteliodis, (bottom row, from left) East Tennessee’s Bo Reeder, Oregon’s Eddie Rodriguez, Alabama’s Josh Rutledge and Florida Gilf Coast’s Chris Sale.

Primetime Performer Weekly Honor Roll #3 (March 1-7)

(presented by CollegeBaseball360.com)
“It’s not so much what you do, as it is when you do it.”

Player (Pos.) … School … Yr. … Hometown … Stats & Notes
Daniel Adamson
(CF) … Jacksonville State … Sr. … Centerpoint, AL …
helped post two upset wins (8-5/9-6) over #43 Middle Tennessee (3-for-8, 3 RBI, 3 R, HR, 2B in the wins)

*Stephen Cardullo (SS) … Florida State … Sr. … Coral Springs, FL …
hit 9-15 (8RBI-4R-4BB-HBP-SB) in four wins vs. top-30 (10-5 vs. #5 Florida; 12-1/9-2/17-5 vs. #27 UGa)

Tim Carver (SS) … Arkansas … So. … Fayetteille, AR …
went 5-13 (4 RBI-2HR-4BB) spanning  win over #29 Kansas (15-3) and series at #44 Cal (7-3/9-5/0-6)

Troy Channing (DH) … St. Mary’s … So. … Pleasanton, CA …
hit 10th-inning home run to complete 4-2 comeback win over #13 UC Irvine (3HR-7RBI in series)

Jimmy Comerata (1B) … Rice … Sr. … Missouri City, TX …
tripled and scored 9th-inning tying run, in 5-4 win vs. #8 TCU, at Minute Maid Park (earlier hit 2-run HR)

Chris Epps (CF) … Clemson … Jr. … Stone Mountain, GA …
led series win (4-3/5-7/19-6) vs. #19 So. Carolina  (7–14/ 6 RBI-6R-2HR-2B-2BB-SB; gm-3 grand slam)

Steve Fernandez (OF) … St. Louis … So. … St. Louis, MO …
had 3-run double, 2-run single and scored a run in 10-9 comeback win vs. #24 Ohio State

Michael Goodnight (RHP) … Houston … So. … Houston, TX …
beat #3 Texas (1-0) with 7.0 shutout innings, allowing only 2 hits and no walks while striking out 7

Taylor Jungmann (RHP) … Texas … So. … Temple, TX …
repeated Primetime honor after winning 2-1 pitchers duel vs. Rice (7.2 IP-1R-4H-2BB-8K)

*Alex Kaminsky (RHP) … Wright State … Sr. … Fostoria, OH …
posted 2-1 win at #2 Virginia, allowing the lone run in 7.0 innings (7H-1BB-7K)

Barret Loux (RHP) … Texas A&M … Jr. … Houston, TX …
had 7.0 shutout IP and K’d 12 in 7-0 win over potent #50 Winthrop (1H-2BB; only 2 balls out of infield)

Drew Maggi (SS) … Arizona State… So. … Phoenix, AZ …
leadoff batter who went 6-for-15 (6 RBI-3R-3B-3 2B-3BB-HBP-2SB) while playing SS-LF-2B in four wins at Surprise, Ariz. (Cal Poly 12-9/#16 Oregon St. 6-4/UC Riverside 16-2/#44 FIU 4-1)

Seth Mejias-Brean (3B) … Arizona … Fr. … Tucson, AZ …
delivered 11th-inn., game-ending hit on 0-2 pitch to beat #23 Fullerton, 8-7 (3RBI in 10-1 series clincher)

Kevin Miller (RHP) … California … Jr. … San Jose, CA …
shut out #14 Arkansas through 6.0 innings (6-0 win), allowing 4 hits and 2 walks (3 Ks)

Marty Mullins (C) … UC Santa Barbara … Sr. … Los Gatos, CA …
1st-inning grand slam sparked 15-11 win at #25 Stanford (3R-2BB); scored in 11-inn. loss (4-5)

Alex Panteliodis (RHP) … Florida … So. … Tampa, FL …
held #12 Miami hitless into the 5th, en route to series-opener 7-1 win (5.2 IP, R, 2H, 2 BB, 8 K)

Bo Reeder (3B/RHP) … East Tennessee State … So. … Cookeville, TN …
helped post pair of upset wins (11-7/8-6) over #34 St. John’s (3-for-9, 2 RBI, 2 R, HR, BB)

Eddie Rodriguez (C) … Oregon … Sr. … Warden, WA …
hit .688 (11-16, 4 RBI, 6R, HR) during busy week (6-2/3-5 vs. Wash.; 7-2/8-4/5-2/8-3 at #44 Fresno St.)

Josh Rutledge (SS) … Alabama … Jr. … Cullman, AL …
sparked offense (6-17, 6RBI-7R-2HR-3SB) vs. #27 UGa (13-2) and at #50 Charleston (6-2/4-0/6-7)

Chris Sale (LHP) …  Florida Gulf Coast … Jr. … Lakeland, FL …
had strong outing at #30 Wichia St. (6IP-2R-5H-BB-11K), allowing FCG offense to rally in 9th for 7-2 win

* – Cardullo is the CB360 Primetime Player of the Week and Kaminsky the Primetime Pitcher of the Week … note that class years are based on academic standing (some players may have an extra year of eligibility)

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